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Grid_Trading

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No stops, trading multiple pairs (I choose my pairs and directions fundamental based and keep these directions long), using only 0,025 % (or max. 0,035 %) of leveraged NAV per trade, take profit is set to 35 pips in default (except EUR/HKD TP is set to 150 pips). I have also set some rules my money management: keep the margin percent above 10% [Margin Percent = (NAV)/(Position Value)*100].

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I use my time to this strategy approx. half hours per each weekday and on Sunday 1-hour, when I set limit orders to next week.
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Experience: 3-5 Years
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Registered: Nov 30 2011 at 21:27
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Hi there,

Your trading performance is very good. Can we appoint you as our qualified FX Manager to manage our investors' funds? This is our website www[dot]myfxmanager[dot]com/fxmanager

Looking forward to your reply. Regards, Brandon
Jan 06 2013 at 16:04
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EURUSD 1.16692 GBPUSD 1.29248
USDJPY 104.611 USDCAD 1.3326

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